Profiles in "Racism" Expertise Area

  • El Hamel's research focuses mainly on issues of power/class, slavery, race/ethnicity, gender and social justice.
  • An professor of Asian Pacific American studies, Yoo holds a joint appointment with the T. Denny Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics and the School of Social Transformation at ASU.
  • Riding In is the editor of Wicazo Sa Review. His research, teaching, and service focus on sovereignty, repatriation, religious freedom, cultural resources laws, racism, colonization/decolonization, and Pawnee history.
  • Kenneth Ladenburg holds a PhD in Writing, Rhetorics, and Literacies from Arizona State University. His research focuses on the rhetoric of Race, Racism, Racist Discourse, Composition Theory, and Contemporary Rhetorical Theory
  • Tony Clark is a United States Marine Corps infantry veteran, first-generation college graduate, critical interdisciplinary scholar, and professional educator with 30 years of teaching experience.
  • Professor Spanierman's research focuses on microaggressions, white individuals' racial attitudes, racial justice allies, and multicultural counseling competence.
  • Seaton studies racial discrimination and racial identity among African American and Caribbean Black youth.
  • Swank studies the ways that stigmatized populations accept and challenge social inequalities. He has over 55 publications and often teaches classes on social movements and research methods.
  • Rashad Shabazz's academic expertise brings together human geography, cultural studies, gender studies, and critial race studies.